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Meghan wears a scarf to visit South Africa’s oldest mosque


On Tuesday, Meghan and Harry continued their second day of visit to Cape Town by visiting the iconic Bo-Kaap district.

Meghan and Harry continue to charm South Africa. On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, the Duchess and Duke of Sussex were out on the streets of Bo-Kaap, the capital’s main Malay district known for its cobbled streets and pastel-coloured houses. As expected, the princely couple first visited the Auwal Mosque, recognized as the first and therefore the oldest mosque established in the country, where they had tea and other activities.

Dressed in a wide khaki dress, wearing a cream scarf that hid much of her hair, Meghan Markle appeared with a big smile on her face. She and Harry were welcomed by Imam Sheikh Ismail Londt and Muslim community leader Mohamed Groenwald. Religious leaders, such as a representative of the Church of England and young Jewish and Christian leaders, were also present according to the “Daily Mail”.


After visiting the mosque, the parents of little Archie (4 months) took the time to visit the streets of Bo-Kaap. On site, activities were organized in honour of Heritage Day, the celebration of South African culture, diversity, beliefs and traditions. A highlight that the Sussex have already relayed on social networks through their teams.

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